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Caronica  Randle
Caronica Randle

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Central Arkansas (2008)


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Marshall University women's basketball Coach Matt Daniel announced the hiring of assistant coach Caronica Randle in June 2012. She is currently in fourth second season with the Thundering Herd.

In 2015, Randle was inducted to the University of Central Arkansas Hall of Fame a year after also being inducted to the Forrest City High School Hall of Fame.

Randle has been a part of a staff that led Marshall to its first-ever postseason win (WBI victory over Northern Kentucky) and helped recruit the 52nd-ranked recruiting class in the 2014 early signing period. She also helped mentor two all-Conference USA players in Chukwuka Ezeigbo and Leah Scott during the 2014-15 season.

Randle was Daniel's first hire for the Herd staff, an dformerly coached with him at the University of Central Arkansas from 2008-12.

Under Daniel's direction, UCA transitioned from NCAA Division II, and Randle helped the Sugar Bears to their first Division I conference championship (Southland Conference) and three 21-win seasons.

"I am excited to have Caronica join us here," Daniel said. "She has been with me since the day I became a head coach, and she is considered a family member to my family. She does a great service helping us raise young women to be leaders beyond basketball, and she will represent the Marshall family in a manner that you will be proud to embrace."

Randle, a Forrest City, Ark., native, was a basketball standout for the Sugar Bears before beginning her coaching career. She concluded her playing career in 2007 as the school's No. 3 career scorer (2,089 points) and all-time leader in free throws made and attempted. She averaged 17.2 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.4 assists for her career, and made 33.6 percent from behind the 3-point stripe.

On the court, the 5-foot-9 Randle accumulated an array of individual honors while leading her teams to 20 victories per season - including a school-record 28 wins and an NCAA Division II national semifinal appearance in 2004-05.

Randle also starred for teams that made two NCAA Division II regional appearances, won Gulf South Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and posted a second-place finish in the Southland Conference East Division in UCA's first Division I season (2006-07).

Randle was twice named Division II All-America honorable mention and was the Most Outstanding Player of the 2005 Division II South Regional. A two-time All-GSC 1st team selection, Randle was the conference's Player of the Year in 2006 and was named to the All-Southland first team in 2007 after leading the league in scoring in her first year in the conference. She was named to the Gulf South Conference West Division All-Decade second team in July 2010.

As a UCA assistant coach, Randle had a major impact on recruiting, bringing in the Southland conference's Freshman and Player of the Year during her first two seasons with the Sugar Bears. She worked primarily with the UCA guards and was also in charge of academics and operations.

Randle, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, earned a bachelor's degree in business administration at UCA in May 2008.